(Jacksonville, FL) SYNERGY TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES PARTNERS WITH MILITARY JOB FAIR
SYNERGY TECHNOLOGIES (www.synergytechs.net), a Women- and Minority-owned comprehensive technology solutions company based in Jacksonville, was one of the lead companies at the recent 10th Annual Military Veterans Job Fair at THE PLAYERS on Saturday, March 6th. The Job Fair, which was the first ever Veteran-focused hiring fair held in conjunction with a PGA Tour event, provides opportunities for all veterans and their family members to meet with companies that emphasize hiring those who have served.
Attendance was free to all job seekers and employers, as it has been since its inception. This annual Job Fair started in 2012 as a joint effort between THE PLAYERS, the Jacksonville Military Veterans Coalition (JMVC), a public-private partnership between the City of Jacksonville, and over 500 large, medium, and small businesses. The goal of the JMVC is to foster an environment that continues to build Jacksonville’s reputation as America’s most friendly city for vets and their families.
This year’s fair was one of the first in-person events to be held since the pandemic began. Social distancing, mask-wearing, and safety protocols were mandated and embraced by all attendees. The crowd was grateful for the chance to interact directly and to see the beauty of TPC Sawgrass.
Over 250 job seekers attended, and the high quality of candidates was noted by the companies repeatedly looking for talent. Marsha Oliver and THE PLAYERS staff worked diligently to ensure that the event was a tremendous success. Their contributions cannot be overstated and were greatly appreciated by all.
About Synergy: Synergy is a global professional services firm that offers a wide range of technical resource solutions to our clients. Founded in 2006, Synergy has stayed committed to providing quality recruitment services, a positive work environment for our talent, and the satisfaction of our clients. Recently Synergy has relocated to downtown Jacksonville and built-out a 70-seat Offsite Development Center to better serve its project-based initiatives worldwide.
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